He said to go ahead, so i set up a WOL to it and forwarded the necessary port in the router, and finally use RADMIN as ther controller software. It's time to go home At home, using my internet browser I tried to access the router, checked.
I tried accessing the DVR software view via the CMS (using port 34567), checked Tried to access the DVR with firefox/chrome (forwarded port 12345 to DVR port 80), checked Now when i tried to view using my android and blackberry cellphone (port 34599), it just stuck with a black background.
With it you might have some luck connecting to the unit, but if you can't, you will be able to view for sure the cameras on the RTSP streams (no playback, but live view is better than nothing).
1, I know this is an old topic, but I had to give in my 2 cents.
"reduce the stream's frame rate and the resolutions". And i know it should support and work with mobile view because the menu said so (there is this mobile view port submenu in the service menu...doh)hi daveshoot, thanks man thank you for replying my thread.
i really appreciate i have set the sub/extra channel and tried various fps/bandwidth/quality available in the DVR settings menu, and also in the IP camera config menu.
Let me tell you that the DVR has 2 working modes in it.
It can work with standard cctv camera with BNC connector as well as IP cameras with RJ45 connector.
Right now i'm having difficulty trying to view a dvr/cctv via mobile (android/blackberry).
The next day i go to my friend's house and tried to access it locally by wifi with my mobile, but like yesterday, it just show blanks. I even change the Host as the local IP of th DVR and port on 34599. The software just keep saying "Connecting", "Buffering", "Playing" and then "No response" over and over on android and blackberry.